Wheel-chair bound Nica (Fiona Dourif) lives with her crazy mother in a huge, run-down mansion. The mother receives a large package, which contains a vintage Chucky doll--and she's killed the next night. Then Nica's sister and her family come to visit, which is unpleasant all around. Her sister wants to sell the house and put her in an assisted living home because she wants the money. Meanwhile, Nica's neice adopts the Chucky doll. The next person to die is a local priest, who eats rat poison in his pasta--and gets in a horrendous car accident. The killings escalate and the killings are extremely gory.
For the first half-hour of this movie I kept on wondering why they made another Chucky sequel--but it's a inbetweequel, taking place around BRIDE OF CHUCKY. And it ties directly to the very first movie, via flashbacks, which show serial killer Charles Lee Ray before his soul is in the Good Guy doll. It all ties together very well, probably because it's again written by Don Mancini (who wrote or co-wrote every CHUCKY movie), who also directed. Recommended.